Finland Will Not Back Third Bailout for Greece

Finland's parliament is not willing to accept a new bailout agreement for Greece as Eurozone finance ministers continue negotiations on Sunday's Eurogroup, according to...

Greeks Not Able to Purchase Items Beyond Daily Needs, GfK Survey Reveals

A survey conducted by GfK was released on Thursday revealed that Greeks can not afford to purchase items beyond their daily needs. There was also...

Contraband Tobacco Costs Greece Up to €1 Billion a Year

The Greek government is losing up to 1 billion euros every year from the sale of contraband cigarettes and tobacco. Last year, Greece lost an...

Tsipras Publishes Plans to Help Those Hit Hardest by 6 Years of Austerities

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras vowed to help those most affected by six years of harsh austerity in Greece in an article published in the newspaper...

Greek Flour Magnate Donates Farm and Mansion to Children’s Charity

Greek flour magnate Constantinos Loulis has donated a 25-acre farm and mansion to children's charity organization "Arc of the World." "Ark of the World" (Kivotos...

Despite Protests from Locals, Construction of Mosque in Votanikos District of Athens Will Continue

Work on the construction of a mosque in Athens' Votanikos district was given the all-clear to continue on Thursday, based on a ruling issued by...

European Central Bank Gives Breath of Liquidity to Greek Banks

The European Central Bank gave a breath of liquidity to Greek banks after Thursday's decision to include them in its quantitative easing program and...

Greek Fin Min Continues Bailout Review Talks Amid Resignation Rumors

Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos might be willing to resign because he doesn't want to succumb to creditors' pressure, says German newspaper Bild and Ntv...

FYROM Police Return to Greece Refugees Who Crossed Border Illegally

Several groups of refugees and migrants have tried to cross the Greek border to get into FYROM, but were detained by police and returned...

Children’s Cardiosurgical Clinic Reopens

The cardiosurgical clinic of the Children’s Hospital Agia Sofia reopened on March 20, and gradually all its departments will be working again. Two surgeries...

Report: 4.8 Million Confiscations of Bank Accounts Between 2015-18

According to a study published by the Greek Ombudsman, the Greek state has increased the number of confiscations of bank deposits in recent years,...

SYRIZA Minister Allegedly Involved in €3.9 Million Construction Scandal

SYRIZA candidate and former minister of state Alekos Flambouraris is allegedly involved in a 3.9-million-euro construction scandal, according to a protothema.gr report. As of 2010,...

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